CIA Research Project is an outstanding collection of primary sources that would be of great use to the serious scholar and to the undergraduate student working on a term paper. Japan, Korea, and the Security of Asia includes several essays on the strategic importance of the Far East in the cold war before the outbreak of fighting in Korea and an assessment of the probabilities of Chinese intervention in Korea in late 1950. Japanese security policy changes and that country's future relations with Korea were both addressed in 1966. "Japan: Informal Barriers to Competition" is the title of a 1976 report. Occassional review of problems in Indonesia, Australia, and the Philippines are also included.